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Subject: CORNELL POSITIONS - FEW APPS
From: "Charles C. Krueger" <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Academic forum on fisheries ecology and related topics <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 3 Apr 1997 16:36:41 -0500
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Surprisingly few applications for the two positions below have been received.

Applications should be received by May 1.


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FISHERY AND AQUATIC SCIENCES FACULTY POSITIONS--TWO
CORNELL UNIVERSITY

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Assistant Professor
Quantitative Population/Community Dynamics of Fish
Department of Natural Resources
Cornell University

Responsibilities:  Tenure-track; 12-month position; 50% teaching-50%
research.  Develop an active research and teaching program on freshwater
ecosystems.  Seek external funding for research, advise graduate and
undergraduate students, and cooperate with fishery management agencies.
Develop and implement a coldwater fishery research program in cooperation
with Bureau of Fisheries in New York State. Incumbent will be responsible
for teaching a quantitative course in population/community dynamics, a
course in the ecology of exploited fish populations (alternate years), and a
course in the individual's specialty (alternate years).

Qualifications:  Knowledge in subject areas such as population dynamics,
community analysis, quantitative fishery models, sampling design, and/or
statistics.  Demonstrated excellence of scholarship in fishery and aquatic
science and ability to teach effectively at both undergraduate and graduate
levels.  Ph.D. in fishery and/or aquatic science or a related field
required.  Successful candidate must have quantitative expertise and be able
to develop an exciting and dynamic teaching and research program and to
interact with faculty and research scientists at Cornell and elsewhere.

Salary: A full benefits package and salary commensurate with background and
experience.

Application review will begin: May 1, 1997

Contact:  Applicants should submit a letter of application, current
curriculum vitae, a statement of research interests and professional goals,
and the names and addresses of three references to: Charles C. Krueger,
Chair, Population Dynamics Search Committee-E, Department of Natural
Resources, Fernow Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853.  More
information is available at http://www.dnr.cornell.edu/facpos.htm.  CORNELL
UNIVERSITY IS AN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION-EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

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Assistant Professor
Fish and Aquatic Habitat Ecology
Department of Natural Resources
Cornell University

Responsibilities:  Tenure-track; 12-month position; 50% research-50%
extension/outreach.  Develop a strong research/extension program focused on
the responses of fish and the aquatic community to changes in lake and
stream environments, such as stream flow management, human perturbations to
fish habitat, and water pollution problems.  Develop and implement a
coldwater fishery research program in cooperation with Bureau of Fisheries
in New York State.  Extension/outreach responsibilities include leadership
in the development and implementation of a statewide fishery extension
program focused on watershed use and aquatic habitats.  Duties will also
include graduate student supervision and undergraduate advising.
Qualifications: Ph.D. in  fishery and/or aquatic sciences with a strong
background in the quantitative methods used in research of aquatic
environments is required.  Must be able to communicate with a variety of
audiences, including regional fish managers, agency directors, and county
land use planners.  Strength in one or more of the subject areas of fish
habitat ecology, hydrobiology, aquatic chemistry, and hydrology is
preferred.  A demonstrated interest in helping professional resource
managers is preferred.

Salary: A full benefits package and salary commensurate with background and
experience.

Application review will begin: May 1, 1997

Contact:  Applicants should submit a letter of application, current
curriculum vitae, a statement of research interests and professional goals,
and the names and addresses of three references to: Charles C. Krueger,
Chair, Fish Habitat Search Committee-E, Department of Natural Resources,
Fernow Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853.  More information is
available at http://www.dnr.cornell.edu/facpos.htm. CORNELL UNIVERSITY IS AN
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION-EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

Charles C. Krueger
Coldwater Research Program
Department of Natural Resources
Cornell University
206 D Fernow Hall
Ithaca, New York 14853

FAX 607-255-8837

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